This study identifies how content specialists, instructors, and instructional designers made decisions about what content to teach in person and what to teach online for a second year Portuguese university course. Qualitative vignettes around three course design participants highlight emergent themes and course artifacts from their interviews that show how they made decisions about what learning opportunities to do online and what to leave in person. The blended language course involved Canvas learning management system with two additional main technology tools used in development: GoReact and H5P. The results are subdivided to reflect the views of the instructional designer, the content specialist, and the instructor.
College and Department
Humanities; Spanish and Portuguese
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hill, Camellia, "Blended Language Learning: The Decision-Making Process in Designing a Blended Portuguese Course" (2021). Theses and Dissertations. 9348.
decision-based design, blended language learning, Portuguese, course design